Here's some welcome perspective on this blissfully quiet morning -- even the robins have shut up for a change.
The bright dot seen peeking through Saturn's rings is our own wounded planet, and the faint tiny dot just above it is our moon.
I take comfort in knowing that if you could step back a few hundred million miles, all you would see of us is that tiny beacon.
The light is there, even if we can't always see it.
Image Credit: NASA, ESA, JPL-Caltech, SSI, Cassini Imaging Team; Processing and License: Kevin M. Gill